Re: RARA-AVIS: can noir writers advocate social reform?

From: Kerry J. Schooley (
Date: 28 Nov 2006

At 10:05 PM 28/11/2006 +0000, you wrote:

>I find it weird that someone would choose to spend hundreds of
>thousands of words creating fictional worlds and populating them with
>imaginary characters who are part of complex plots, just to turn a
>single uncomplicated political point (that can be summed up in a
>sentence and understood by most schoolkids) into something so complex
>that, apparently, it's not noticed by a high percentage of intelligent
>people who read those books.

And yet conversation on this list goes on and on...

> But, then, I don't drive...

Is that a challenge, pardner?

Best, Kerry

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